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www.firstfoodie.com Friday 23 Feb 2018 What are you eating this weekend?
Volume 8 Issue 47
 
   
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Meet The Chef
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Chef Aloysius D’Silva
Lady Baga

Chef Aloysius D’Silva of Lady Baga grew up with food. The love of food in his family made him into the chef he is today. Which is probably why he still uses traditional methods to cook his food. In conversation with Explocity.

 

Where did you grow up?

Bandra, Bombay.

 

What led you to becoming a chef?

My family. I found the love for food and

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Food Fetish
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Philip Meakin


Philip Meakin loves home cooked beef. Being a foodie, he’s up for anything with meat. So we guess his beef is with vegetables. In conversation with Explocity.

 

Are you a foodie?

Definite. 110%.

 

What’s your favourite cuisine?

Anything other than Chinese.

 

What’s the last place that you went to in Bangalore that you really enjoyed? What did you eat there that stood out?

Thulp. Moo

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How To Tackle The Looming Threat Of A Tequila Shortage
There is a tequila shortage in the offing. if this persists. The shortage in the blue agave plant is what is leading to this dire crisis. The price of the plant has already gone up six-fold.

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We’ll probably be climbing “that wall” to the Mexican side to stock up on some tequila to tackle the looming threat of a Tequila shortage.

There is a tequila shortage in the offing. if this persists. The shortage in the blue agave plant is what is leading to this dire crisis. The price of the plant has already gone up six-fold. How are we to celebrate anymore? Champagne, you say. Who are we the Queen? But instead of fretting, here are some ideas to tackle this threat that is a tequila shortage.

 

First Things First, Stock

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Dim Sum Degustation At WelcomHotel
The year of the dog celebrates loyalty and reliability. Even the food represents a virtue. This piece talks about the dim sum which represents wealth.

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We are now into the Chinese Year Of The Dog and will continue to live in the year of the dog. The year of the dog celebrates loyalty and reliability. Even the food represents a virtue. This piece talks about the dim sum which represents wealth. And you can celebrate wealth with the Dim Sum degustation at WelcomHotel.

Sanjay Biswakarma takes you through three variations of dim sums to give you a primer on the food. Some of these are Water Chestnut and Asparagus Dumpling, Chicken and Shiitake Shao Mai, Steamed Prawn and Celery Dumpling

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Chef Lia Kuan Geo Brings Malaysian Food To Bangalore
Before the European colonisation of Malaysia the cuisine was influenced largely by Chinese, Malay, Indian, Thai and Indonesian cuisine.

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Celebrity chef judge Lia Kuan Geo is a well known name in Malaysia, Thailand and Australia. While those countries may already be familiar with the cuisine, we may need a bit of a primer. Feast at Sheraton Grand Bangalore Hotel at Brigade Gateway brings Chef Kuan and hence, Malaysian food to Bangalore.

Before the European colonisation of Malaysia the cuisine was influenced largely by Chinese, Malay, Indian, Thai and Indonesian cuisine. Which is why many of the dishes are similar to Indonesian ones like Nasi Lemak and Rendang. Masala paste and Thai curry paste also make a big part

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Literary Bite
“We are living in a world today where lemonade is made from artificial flavors and furniture polish is made from real lemons.” – Alfred E. Newman
~ Alfred E Newman
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Nasi Lemak
Nasi Lemak is considered to be the National Dish of Malaysia. The dish is made of rice that is soaked in coconut milk and steamed....more
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International Margarita Day At Monkey Bar

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International Margarita Day at Monkey Bar is being celebrated for the whole weekend in an event called “Margarita Without A Straw”.  International Margarita Day is on 22 February and will be celebrated till 25 February at Monkey Bar. Drink by the glass or the pitcher. The speciality margaritas for the promotion are: Mangaa Rita Salsa Maria Kokum Poncho Tamarita Margarita Gondhoraj Libre All you “bad hombres” can make this a Mexican weekend with small plates to go with your margaritas.
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Unlimited Pizzas And Pasta At JW Marriott

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Lunchtime is a good time to carb load. Make the most of the unlimited pizzas and pasta at JW Marriott. Alba the Italian restaurant at the hotel brings you this culinary experience. There are pizzas like Quattro Formaggi, Primavera and Frutti Di Mare. Handmade pastas are Agnolotti Alla Piemontese and Spaghetti Affumicati. This menu is available for lunch from Monday to Saturday. The price is Rs 1100 plus taxes. You can reserve a table by calling +91 8884944330.
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Lazy Sunday Brunch At GING

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The best of Beijing makes its way to the lazy Sunday brunch at GING, the Chinese restaurant at Royal Orchid Central. The rooftop restaurant offers views of the city that is pleasurable, day or night. The brunch offers hawker grills from the streets of Asia, dim sum, and beverages served to your table. There is live music and kids entertainment too. The brunch with soft beverages is priced at Rs 999 plus taxes, with alcohol at Rs 1500 plus taxes and Rs 475 plus taxes for
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